With crafting, you can guarantee that you get to add a personal touch to whatever project you are doing. You can also make sure that what you created is one-of-a-kind. It isn’t too different when putting up your Christmas tree. Goa head and add some cute tags too that you yourself made. Just the thought of doing this and seeing to it that you will have a unique creation can make anyone so excited! You can place it together with the Christmas balls and angels, and other ornaments on the tree and use it as tags on your presents.
Your Thanksgiving dinner table won’ be complete without any cranberries. It’s one ingredient that you must have in one of your menu. Hmm we can smell the sweet taste of any cranberry recipe cooking. Cranberry sauce, pie, or muffin. In any way, cranberries are the perfect addition to your Thanksgiving dessert. Just like this cranberry pie!
Get the full recipe at Playin with My Food.
Start decorating for the holidays. And you don’t have to purchase some new decors to hang in your window, on your Christmas tree, or anywhere inside your home. You can add glam to your decoration by using pinecones that you can grab from your backyard.
Read more at Up to Date Interiors.
Hey, it’s holiday season already. It’s time to take out the Christmas tree from the storage room and start decorating it. Once you opened the box where all your Christmas ornaments and decorations are placed, and you found out that some of them are already too dusty, broken, or just unattractive already, well, it’s time to replace them. And we know how much new ones cost in the store. So, we’ll make our own. Now, there are a lot of amazing ideas on how to make your own Christmas ornaments. Just like one that is made from salt dough.
Find out more at Tag and Tibby.
You can either do it yourself or with your family. We recommend the latter because it can be so much fun! You can have the kids help with mixing the flour, salt, parchment paper, and all the other materials. They’ll look forward to the finished craft when you put them up on your Christmas tree.
Have you started decorating yet?